If you’re a student or member of some form of a team… where your performance has measurable skills, and you care about improving, you need to read this:
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V3DA hub is designed around these principles.
A KPI is a ‘Key Performance Indicator’. It’s a measurement of an attribute that is deemed essential in the understanding, at a fundamental level, of how a particular skill or task is being performed2. KPI’s are important because they distill away the noise giving you distraction free focus and a baseline from which often one can compare one’s numbers against others or an industry average.
Our metrics are not complicated but they are thought out and serve a very precise purpose. They will make sense to you when you read them, because they were designed by real people, real professionals… often by your own coach.
You’ll also understand the metrics, because you may have come across them in the past. Or you’ll find that instinctively, you already knew them at some level – but perhaps you nor anyone else ever wrote them down for you.
Sub Dimensions will be more tailored to your specific discipline. For example, you may have heard your coach say something in class a countless number of times, but you never were quite sure what exactly he/she meant. Well V3DA hub is what he was talking about, because it will be clearly spelled out for you.
Oh and the more advanced dimensions? (that get unlocked later)… well, those will happen in due course if you’ve just started. But if you’ve already started or are an advanced practitioner, you’re more likely to get there even faster. Think of advanced dimensions as Principles vs pure Techniques. To give an analogy, if I teach you to fish with a rod, reel and bait, I’ve taught you technique. If on the other hand, I teach you about fish behaviour, limnology, weather patterns, seasonal cycles etc, I have taught you over arching Principles that all put together provide you a way of thinking vs just pure doing. Neither is better than the other, in fact you need both and they work hand in hand.
Wherever you are on your path, bet on one thing for sure, the advanced dimensions will shed new light, unlocking and accelerating your game, taking you to a whole new level.
So here at constituents of our KPI’s:
If the metric isn’t simple, it probably won’t stick because simplicity works. And you’ll be surprised, some fundamental metrics are not that complicated.
Does it make sense? Does the one metric support the overall holistic view? Does it work towards your singular goal of improving?
It should be specific to what you’re into because life is too short for anything less. And of course V3DA hub has metrics designed by and for your area of expertise.
You’ll want to see how you are doing right? That’s why we’ve designed a convenient easy to use Dashboard.
It ain’t no good if you can’t achieve what you’ve set out to do. That’s not to say it will be easy. In fact your path is probably full of blood, sweat and tears. What’s smartly designed by V3DA hub is that your achievement path is still controlled by your coach, so you’re in good hands. Hey, your coach knows what he’s doing. Trust your coach.
Here’s where it gets tricky with most systems. You know how it is, you have an activity track band and after six months, you don’t have the time to transfer that data and make sense of what it all means. Are you achieving goals? How are you doing relative to others? Has a real human actually given you feedback in your performance? What does it even mean? V3DA hub’s mission is to keep it timely, regular updates and checkins with your coach. Less surprises. More set expectations – the good and the bad. More happy campers.
Show off what you got, share with friends and family to up your commitment to your goals. Studies show that visibility promotes accountability which in turns improves your performance. Badges and stars await those who stay commited to their path. There will even be some surprises thrown into the mix once in a while to keep the juices flowing and mood upbeat! But you have to join to find out.
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